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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1906)
HCOD RIVER GLACIER, THUKflPAY. OCTOBER 25, 1900
For the reason that the lease on the Store room we now occupy expires soon, and the fact that we are unable to keep up stock
at the Low prices established by us owing to the scarcity of bankrupt stocks in the country, we have decided to sacrifice
the remainder of our stock without regard to original cost. For the next thirty days we quote as follows :
Men's Rubber BootsSnag proof, hip
length, regular $0.00 value. Our i nc
Ladies' Shoes. We have been selling la
dies shoes at regular wholesale prices,
but from this date original cost will cut
Children's Underwear. Fleece lined.
Assortment is broken and so are OA
prices. Regular 35c values, now UC
The goods are right, the prices ditto. It will pay you
here when in need of anything in our line
Tfc. Prove.. hr Which It la Cm
Designs to be followed by the cutter
are first drawn on the blank or plain
glass with whiting and water and then
traced with red lead and turpentine.
The first cutting Is classed as "rough
ing" In the glass factory, when the
glass Is cut or ground out wherever
there Is a red line. The first cutting
or roughing is with a soft steel disk on
which there flows a small stream ot
water and very fine sand. The disk Is
In a lathe, and the glass la held by
the hands of the cutter, and on bis
ability to firmly hold the glass and
true eyesight to see that lines are fol
lowed depends the quality of the arti
cle. Cut glass In blank or plain form Is
known as lead glass or best metal
glass, crushing or collapsing like sand
Instead of shattering or breaking like
window or lime glass.
From the roughing or first cutting
the article being cut goes to the
smoothing process, the same lines or
cutting being followed on two stone
disks, one of Gralglelgh or gas stone
Imported from England and the other
of blue stone, the finest cutting being
done with the latter. The polishing Is
done with wooden disks, from which
the glass goes to nn acid bath and
thence back to the polisher, who uses
a chemical compound like putty, and
finally to a felt disk or wheel, then the
brush wheel and finally the wash with
ROBBED BEN FRANKLIN.
HI Description of the Stolen Gar
ment, and the Thief.
The following advertisement la tken
from the Pennsylvania Gazette, No.
c032, wherein the reader of Feb. 22,
1738, was Informed that the Gazette
contained the "freshest advices, for
eign and domestlck, printed by B.
Franklin, Post Master, at the news
printing offices, near the Market
Price, 10 shillings a year. Where ad
vertisements are taken In and Book
Binding is done reasonably in the best
STOLEN on the 15th Instant, by on
William Lloyd, out of the house of BenJ.
Franklin, an half worn Bagathee coat
lin'd with silk, four fine homespun shirt,
a fine Holland shirt ruffled at the Hands
and Bofom, a pair of black broadcloth
Breeches, new seated and lined with
leather, two pair of good worsted stock
ings, one of a dark color, cambrlck Hand
kerchief, marked with an F In red silk, a
new pair of Calf skin shoes, a Boy' new
Castor Hat, and sundry other things.
N. B. The said Lloyd pretend to un
derstand Latin and Greek and has been
a schoolmaster; He Is an Irishman, about
30 years of age, tall and slim; Had on a
lightish colour'd Great Coat, red Jacket, a
pair of black silk breeches, an old felt
Hat too little for him and sewed on the
side of the crown with white Thread, and
an old dark colour'd wig; but may per
haps wear some of the stolen cloathes
above mentioned. Whoever sequres the
said Thief so that he may be brought to
Justice, shall have Thirty Shilling, re
ward and reasonable chargos paid by
Triplet In China.
In some of the southern provinces of
China there Is a superstition that If
triplets are born one of the three chil
dren will eventually become a noted
rebel. Iu order to avoid thut direst of
Chinese curses, bad son, a "wise man"
is sent for In order to decide which of
the three children Is the destined black
sheep. The three Infants having been
conveyed Into a perfectly dark room,
the "wise man" takes three pieces of
twine, each of a different color, as
white, red and black, and, entering the
room, ties one of these pieces of string
around a wrist of each baby. The one
which when brought out Into the light
la found to have the red string on Ita
wrist Is drowned like a puppy. a
"Book of Advertisement."
The "Book of Advertisement" would
at the present day mislead most read
ers by Its title. It was prepared at
the command of Queen Elizabeth and
printed In 15G5. The purpose of the
book was to define the doctrines, disci
pline and ritual of the English church,
so that uniformity should be secured In
Great Britain. This book was the di
rect origin of a denominational title lif
England, for, after Its publication,
Sampson, dean of Cbrlstchurch, In Ox
ford, and Humphrey, professor of dl-
. vlnlty at Oxford university, with oth
ers, dissented from some of the doc-
trlnes It contained; hence they were
A PInleaa People.
A member of the Chinese legation,
clad In splendid, pale hued silks, was
talking. "Pins," he said, "cause un
tidy habits. We have no pins in China.
The right way to fasten things is with
buttons and buttonholes or with loops
and frogs. To fasten things with plna
la to make use of an untidy makeshift
To employ pins is to become lazy and
slovenly. We have no plna In China.
Certain foreign manufacturers shipped
millions of them to us In the past, but
wa sent them back. We bad no use foi
them. We (were too neat"
Aa Unpleasant Apple Story.
Tiro extracts fioru the Olenwood
(la.) Opnion, W..F. Laraway'aold
borne, tells aa apple story that is
quite the reverse of that being told at
Hood Rivbr at present. They read aa
1 will give one-half of all apples pick
ed and hauled to Ulenwood that are
sold. George A. Daviea. adv.
A. G. Oourly remembers conun
drum that he beard when he was i
small boy and which be always re
garded as a joke. It waa the ques
tion "What la the easiest way to
pick apples?" The answer waa "To
chop the tree down, oarry it into the
shade and pick the aplea. " Hut Mon
day morning when Mr. Oourly was
driving in Oak township he saw a man
doing pretty nearly the same thing.
He was chopping down the trees
and picking the fruit. .What could
have been bis object the county clerk
did not enquire., bi'i it don't seem it
would be worth while to spoil tbi
trees when apples are so cheap.
Snowfall Breaks Apple Trees.
O. A. Thomas, formeily at Hood
River, sends as a newspaper clipping
from a Buffalo paper wbioh makes
quit" interesting reading for resi
dents in this section at present. It is
Rochester, Oct. 11. The snowstora
that struck this section last night and
eaily this morning has caused wide
spread damage throughout the fiuit
orchards ot Monroe aud neigbuoring
counties. Because of the uuusually
mild weather the trees are still iu full
leaf thus affording a better lodgiug
place for the heavy snow. The result
has been the accumulation of a bur
deu too heavy lor the branches to
support and in hundreds or ratt'S or
ob Ira's have been completely wrecked.
Cups for Horih-nltnral Meetl"(r.
The prizes which will be given lor
box exhibits at the uuiiuul meeting
oftheStute lii'i'licultiirhl cooit-ly in
Portland text January acre unntiuiiu
ed during 'lie fruit fair huie mid ure
Best box Arkausas Bluok Dryer
O'Melley Co , Poitlaud.oup.
Eeit box Wagener Bell 4 Co., Port
geBeet box Baldwin W. B. Olafke k
Co., Portland oup.
Bett box Spitz Mark Levy k Co.,
Best box winter pear Page k Co.,
Best box Jonathan McEwen k Kos
key, Portland, cup.
Best cox Hydes King Pearson,
Page & Co. Poitiand cup.
Best box Northern Spy Levy k
Spiegel, Portland, cup.
Best general plate display Officers
State Board of Horticulture, cup.
Best display of prunes paouud iu
boxes O ill As Co., Salem, oup.
Best box Oitleys Oregon Gas k
Spray Co., Portland, half barrell lime
and sulphur spray.
Best box lady apples David M.
Dunn, Poitiand, half barrel lime aud
Prizes will also be given for the best
boxes of Ben Davis and Winesaps.
Sick Headache Cured.
Sick headache is caused by derange
ment cf the stomach and by Indiges
tion. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets correct these disorder,
and effect a core. By taking these
tablets as toon as the first indication
of the disease appears, the attack may
be warded off. Get a free sample and
try tbem. For gale by Kier k Cass.
The Farmer's Wife '
I very careful about her churn. She
scalds It thoroughly after using, and gives
It a sun bath to sweeten it She knows
that if her churn Is sour It will taint the
butter that is made In it. The stomach is
a churn. In the stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts are performed pro
cesses which are almost exactly like the
churning of butter. Is It not apparent
then that If this stomach-churn Is foul It
makes foul all which is put Into It?
The evil of a foul stomach Is not alone
the bad taste In the mouth and the foul
breath caused by It, but the corruption of
the pure current of blood and the dissem
ination of disease throughout the body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul stomach sweet
It does for the stomach what the washing
and sun bath do for the churn absolutely
removes every tainting or corrupting ele
ment. In this way it cures blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors or diseases arising from bad blood.
If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste la
your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,
are weak and easily tired, feel depressed
and despondent have frequent headaches,
dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress In stom
ach, constipated or irregular bowels, sour
or bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms, or any consider
able number of them, Indicate that you are
suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy
liver with the usual accompanying indi
gestion, or dyspepsia and their attendant
he beat aswts Vnnwn tn madifH .
: leading Tyighra and pxii-l.ii.inni;f-?
1 the several schools of tni-ai nr.Ti
frava hwn Hllfnll and" liiritumlnn
nmlilnwl in nr PRr--a r.,U.n fAT?
Uisfftv.exk. That this Is absolutely true
will be readily proven to your satisfaction
If you will but mail a postal card request
to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, K. Y., for a
free copy of his booklet of extracts from
the standard medical authorities, giving
the names of all the Ingredients entering
Into his world-famed medicines and show
ing what the most eminent medical
ofjheage mi of thnm.
Ladies' Shirt Waists. We still have a
few waists worth $1.00 to 1.50 or
which we have been selling at 50c... wv
Corsets. Armorside and M. & G. cor- r A
sets. Sold regular for f 1.00. Now OUl
Dress Goods. 1000 yards dress goods,
staple colors, and good values at 9A
50c to 75c per yard. Our price OUt
Plates, cups and saucers at just half the
Cnllo Bta III St.
"Whatr cried the brutal husband
"You gave that old overcoat of mine ti
a tramp T You should have asked m
first. I had placed a hundred dollar
In bills In one of the pockets of that
coat almply to have the money In a
safe place until you should want to
purchase some clothes." "William
Henry Suddsworthy," replied the fond
wtfe, fixing htm with a Judicial eye,
"you worked that game on ms two
years ago. I went through the pockets
of that coat and found a womout glove,
six cloves, five cardamom seeds, four
matches and a suburban time card.
I'm going shopping for my dress tomor
row." One Ere Olnnta.
Sir John Mandevllle saw all sorts of
queer things and wrote about them In
bis celebrated book of travels. It was
In 1536 that the veracious John visited
a certain group of Isles (ylea he called
tbem) which was inhabited by a race
of on eyed giants. Of them be says:
"In one of these yles ben folk of grate
stature, as giantes, and they been hide
ous for to loke upon. An thet ban but
on eye, and that Is In ye mlddyl of ye
front" lie also tells of another one of
these "yles" Inhabited by a race of ono
tagged dwarfs, each linving three ema-
I have just made up an assortment
of these necessary , articles, also have
the material to make tbem to order.
Experience has taught what kind give
tbe best sen ice, also what to make
tbeui ot to pieveut warping, checking
or extracting pitch.
Youis for uii. ibiug in tbe carpeu
F. G. COE,
Opposite O, B. Hartley's Res.
Posh ion ii h fanner on strawberry farm.
Am well exiM't ieiio-d and willing to work
Address T. J. Huniinond, Box 08,
As a dressing for sores, bruises and
burns, Chamberlain's Salve is all that
can be desired. It is soothing and heal
ng its effect Price 25 cents. For sale
by Kelr & Cass.
A Young Mother at 70.
"Mv mother has suddenly been
made young at 70. Twenty years of
Intense buffering from dyspepsi had
entinlv disabled ber, until six
mm. Hi iiuo, when she began taking
IOI. iiir Bitters, wbioh have complete
ly i intd l,i r and restored tbe strength
hii l tu'litity she bad Iu tbe prime of
lile," iilea Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick,
of Dtiutortb, Me. Greatest restora
live medicine on tbe globe. Set
Stomaob, Liver aud Kidneys right
purifies tbe blood, and cures Malaria,
Billionsnessaud Weaknesses. Wonders
fill Nerve Tonic. Price 50. cents
Guaranteed by Chaa. N. Clarke.
you are interested in having the BEST get acquainted with
Oliver Steel and Chilled Plows
Moline Orchard Disc Buckeye Cider Mill
Sharpels Tubular Cream Seperator
Faultless Grubning Machine
Aermoter Wind Hills'
Baan Spray Pumps
Syracuse Spring Tooth
Vehicles and Farm Machinery
J. R. NICKELSEN
Reduction la Flour and Feed.
Special cash price on Flour and Feed
at warehouse. Bran f 14 per ton; shirts,
$16 per ton ; flour, (4 per barrel. V.
Not for your dealer's fake, nor for
Benson's take but far your own sake
get some of Benson's Fancy new
potatoes. Tbey will tnaka you smile.
McGuire Bros, make their own leaf
ard under their on brand.
a Union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Through Pullman standards end ton r lit
leeplns cor. dally to Omaha, Chicago, Wpo
kane; tourist ileeplng cam daily to Krbwu
Mv; through Pullman tourlBt sleeping car
(pnrsonanlly conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair ears (seat free) to the East
llnlon Pepot- Leave. Arrive.
Chicago-Portland Special for
Hie Kast via Huntington. dally 8:30 am 5.-00 pm
Hpokune Flyer for Knstern
Washington. Walla Walla,
Lwitnu, I 'oeur d' Alene and
Oreat Northern point., dally 6:15 pin 8:00 am
Atlantic E pres. IbrtueEant
via Huntington, dally....... 8:15 pm 7:15am
Porl land-Bigg, local, for all
,olnt between Ulgga and
Portland, dally 8:15 am S.-00 pm
FORA8TOUiA and s.00 P. M. 5:00 P. M
way point, connecting Pally Dally
with steamer for II aco except exnept
and North Beach .team- Hnnday, Buuday.
er HbwhIo, Ash street Saturday,
dock (water per.) I0KX) P. M,
FOR linyum, Oregon 71 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
fltv and Yamhill lllv Dally Dally
er point. Ash .treei except except
dock (water per.) Hunday. Buuduy.
"TrTl K wTbTON, A. M. 40 P. M.
Idaho, and way point", Dally Dally
from Rlparla, Wash. except e'P' .
K Saturday Friday
Freight Honae-8 a. m. to 12 noon; 1 to p.
m. No freight received or delivered after 6
P'pa8sengcr Depot-Houra for delivery of ex
preaa and baggage will he a. m. till p. m.
General Panger Agent, Portland, Or.
II. W. HOYI.K.;.enl, H.d Hlver.
O. R. A N. TIME TABLE.
li. i ht unit Hiieolui, n: a.
4. tMkHne Flyer, 8:35 i. in.
, Mall and KxprMM, 10:42 p. m.
8, Kcita. in. No mall.
24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. m.
22. Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m.
1, Portland Hpeelul. ::(6 p. m.
8, Portland Flyer, &s8. in.
5, Mall and Kxprew, 4:4K a. in.
V u.lit n m Kit mall.
2S. Wv Freight. :' a. m.
65, Faat Freight. l.'OS p. m.
Pun Cream Tartar
'Pure Bicarlonate Soda
SOLD on MERIT-
Fdger & CO. Saa Francis
are many, too many
to print here, but if
Buckeye Force Pump
Sweaters. Ladies' and children's wool
sweaters and Tain O'Shanter Caps at loss
than the lowest wholesale prims.
Rubbers. We have a large stock of men's
and children's Rubbers and Arties. We
positively cannot be undersold on any of
these seasonable goods.
Bats for quilts, 2 rolls.
C. P. R.
Next Door to MeOuire llrotliem.
Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired
All work done with Electric
Iron ami guaranteed
It la your duty to mak youraelf
u attractive aa xaittilr. If Juu biTt
RFAIITIFIII maddj, tallow.
- wrinkled, umlirhtlr
enmpleitoa, learn how ti acquire a infect
akin by harQilvea, guaranteed methods. 1
will and you a free pamphlet. In a plain
nrelopa. firing all particular!. If yon
writ today. Flra yeara established.
MADAMS . HUDSON, 2H7 Mnrleuy bld.,
SX4 Waahtngtnn at., Portlnnd. Oregon.
White Salmon-Hood River
Two big sail boats, two
big perfectly safe gasoline
launches and two big ferry
scows. Expert sailors in
charge. Boats leave at all
hours. DEAN & PEAKSON
Best line of Cigars in
Also handle line of '
Pipes, Tobaccos and
When purchasing ticket to Chi
cago and the East, see that it
reads via the Chicago & North
western Railway. Choice of
routes via Omaha or via St. Paul
It is the rout of The Overland Limited
and the direct line to Chicago from the
Coast Four fast daily Chicago trains
make connections with all transconti
nental trains at St. Paul and Minne
apolis. Thi "Best of Everything;
All agents sell tickets via this line.
For further information apply to
. V. HOLD!, axaaral aal, O. .. H.-W. ft,
IBS Third St.,
Through Utah and Colorado
Castle Gate, Canon of the Grand,
Black Canon, Marshall and len-
nessee Passes, and the World
Famous Itoyal Gorge.
For descriptive and llloatrated pamph
let", wriu) a
W. C. McBRIDE. General Agent
124 Third street, PORTLAND, OR.
. - f ji m-m'
I s eTe I
Nature's Wondrous Handiwork
Banner Patterns. Sold everywhere r
at 10c and 15c. Our price. Ot
Men's Underwear. Fleece lined, or.
Generally sold at COc. Now 0 Jt
Men's Slickers, Macintoshes and rubber
coats at greatly reduced prices. See them.
Men's Collars. Linen and up to nr.
date in every particular. ,'l for )v
Umbrellas. Regular 0c umbrel
S. E. BARTMESS,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
FOR OREGON AND WASHINGTON
FURNITURE AND BUILDING MATERIAL
We sell household goods for CASH and give big discount.
If you are looking for bargains call on us.
See our display of
HIGH GRADE MATTRESSES
which includes the best offered to the trade. A combina
tion of Cotton Felt and Hair. That will not lump and
always remain light and fluffy.
MATTINGS and CARPETS
At prices never before quoted
We are now located in the Smith Building, in the
room formerly occupied by J. E. Hand, where we will be
pleased to see all of our old customers as well as new ones.
This huge mid well-lighted store has been fitted up
vitv the best and most complete stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed
ever displayed in the City. Fresh Vegetables received
daily. Call and inspect our stock.
SPOT CASH GROCERY
WOOD & SMITH BItOS., Proprietors.
unts Paint .
Wall Paper Co.
Have added a complete line of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH
ES and BRUSHES.
HEATH tfc MILLIGAN MIXED PAINTS.
Our stock of paper includes latest designs in Blanks, Gilts
and high Grades, From 10c up. A full stock of room
molding, Picture rail, Plate rail and a small line of
novelties in Framed Pictures. CALCIM0, the
latest thing in room tinting, mixed to order.
Painting, Paper hanging, Sign work etc.
Phone G71. First and Oak Streets.
Millinery Display v
in Pattern Hats
At Mme. Abbott's
This Bank Free
What our men and women of fifty years
hence will lie depends on tbe children of to
day. Is it not worth our while, even at the
eobt of considerable etfort, if necessary to
teach our boy or girl the value of money, the
habits of thrift, economy and savings. Her
bert Spencer says "education is the prepara
tion for complete living." One of our Home
Savings Banks which you can have FREE
upon opening an account with one dollar or
more, if in your home, is a constant appeal
ing educator, teaching the habit of saving
silently, forcefully, and not to be denied.
First National Bank